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Circa Survive, Beach Slang, and more to appear on Nirvana tribute compilation

Doused in Mud, Soaked in Bleach cover art

Over the past couple years, Robotic Empire has made their way backwards through Nirvana‘s short but dense catalog of music by releasing tribute compilations of their entire albums. Their next undertaking will be the grunge pioneers’ first LP, Bleach, and they’ve enlisted Circa Survive, Beach Slang, and many more to cover songs from the album.

Doused In Mud, Soaked In Bleach will also feature bands such as Defeater, Basement, Daughters, Young Widows, and many more. Robotic Empire also released the first single from the compilation, Circa Survive’s cover of a cover of “Love Buzz.” Anthony Green and crew remain faithful to the original while at the same time beefing up the instrumentation and adding extra noise to the mix.

The tribute compilation, which also features Beach Slang covering the classic “About A Girl”, will be released for Record Store Day on April 16th. Continue reading →

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This Day in Music History: The Eagles’ Greatest Hits becomes the first album certified platinum by the RIAA, Danger Mouse releases The Grey Album

 

1963 – The Rolling Stones begin their first regular gig (a Sunday night residency at the Station Hotel in Richmond, Surrey) with 66 people in attendance. They were paid £24, which adjusted for inflation and conversion =  about $315/night.

1965 -The Beach Boys record “Help Me Rhonda.”

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